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    Ok, sooooo how do you keep your broadheads sharp ina traditional quivers. I would think they would dull quickly, please enlighten me?

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    Can't speak for everybody, but mine don't move around any more than they do in a compound quiver, have never had a broadhead dull another. What traditional quiver are you using?
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    Thanks Elkslayer, I am just thinkin about stuff before I jump into a traditional bow.

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